Club assembly — A meeting to discuss the club’s programs and
activities. Open to all club members.
District Conference — An annual motivational meeting that showcases club and district activities. Open to all Rotarians in that district and their families.
FAMSCO — non-profit organization delivering international humanitarian aid, started in Rotary District 6000 in 1990.
Interact — Service and social clubs for youth ages 12 to 18 that are sponsored by Rotary clubs.
PolioPlus — The Rotary Foundation program focused on global polio eradication efforts.
ProjectLINK — A database at that lists Rotary service projects needing volunteer or financial assistance. Also highlights model projects from around the world.
Rotaract — Service and social clubs for young adults ages 18 to 30 that are sponsored by Rotary clubs.
Rotarian Action Groups — International groups of indi- viduals who share a passion for a humanitarian issue or service activity. An example is the Water and Sanitation Rotarian Action Group.
Rotary Community Corps (RCC) — Groups of non- Rotarians who work on service projects for their com- munities. Organized and sponsored by Rotary clubs.
Rotary Fellowships — International groups of indi- viduals who share a vocational or recreational interest. An example is the International Skiing Fellowship of Rotarians.
Rotary Foundation, The — The philanthropic arm of Rotary International. Helps Rotarians advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through humanitar- ian projects and educational programs.
Rotary Foundation Board of Trustees — The 15 Rotarians who manage the business of The Rotary Foundation, led by the trustee chair. Appointed by the RI president, with agreement from the RI Board, to four-year terms.
Rotary International (RI) — The international association composed of 34,000 Rotary clubs in
nearly every country of the world. Headquartered in Evanston, Illinois, USA, with international offices on four continents.

RI Board of Directors — The 19 Rotarians who set policy for Rotary International. Elected to two-year terms.
RI Convention — An annual celebration of Rotary and Rotarian accomplishments. Held in a different location around the world each year. Open to all Rotarians and their families.
RI president — The Rotarian who presides over the RI Board. Elected to a one-year term.
Rotary Peace Centers — Programs at eight universities around the world that offer advanced degrees and profes- sional certificates in peace and conflict resolution.
Rotary Peace Fellow — A recipient of a Rotary Foundation scholarship for study at one of the Rotary Peace Centers.
Rotary’s US$200 Million Challenge — The fundraising effort to match challenge grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in support of polio eradication.
Rotary Youth Exchange — A cultural exchange program for youth ages 15 to 19. Exchanges can last from one week to one year.
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) — Leadership training and recognition activities conducted by Rotary clubs or districts for youth and young adults ages 14 to 30.